APPI Energy Celebrates Move to Downtown Salisbury
Kathryn Allen, Manager, Marketing Services
Salisbury, MD, June 11, 2019 – APPI Energy announced that it has moved its headquarters to 112 E. Market Street in Downtown Salisbury. To commemorate the move, APPI Energy will conduct a “Mission, Vision, Values Scavenger Hunt” throughout the Downtown area on June 13th. The event will begin at the Pohanka Riverwalk Amphitheater at 1:00 pm.
Walter Moore, President and CEO of APPI Energy had this to say about the day. “By moving to Downtown Salisbury, APPI Energy is affirming a commitment to the community in which we operate. This Thursday we will come together to celebrate our Mission, Vision, Values with our employees and learn a bit about our new Dowtown home.” said Moore. “Be on the look out for our team, not only Thursday, but for years to come as we are committed to having a positive presence to Downtown Salisbury.”
As part of the event, APPI Energy employees will demonstrate one of the company’s core values-Stewardship- by picking up litter throughout Downtown.
Jacob Day, the Mayor of Salisbury, is pleased to see APPI Energy become part of the Downtown community. He will welcome the APPI Energy team to Downtown at the kickoff of the scavenger hunt.
“Every new business that arrives in the heart of our city is special,” said Day. “But I’m especially excited about APPI Energy’s move because it means 40-50 well-paid workers will be embedded in our city’s central business district. The benefits to stores, restaurants and the vitality of the district is enormous.”
About APPI Energy
APPI Energy provides data-driven procurement and integrated energy solutions to commercial and industrial customers in deregulated energy markets across the U.S. APPI Energy provides each customer a customized consulting experience including proprietary analytics of energy data, creation of energy supply solutions, coordination of energy management strategies, and superior customer service. The firm has earned the endorsement of 158 trade associations and chambers of commerce to reduce and manage electricity and natural gas costs for members on an ongoing basis.